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Tyrrell

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  1. I was wondering what the smallest other people had got would be. That is impressive!
  2. Those vertical lines definitely stood out to me. The colors and patterns were much better in person, as per usual with most fish pictures. I felt the hit but I didn't feel anything reeling it up.
  3. Launched out of Meyers for a few hours fishing wasn't good but I didn't get skunked! Eventually found a lot of bait but didn't hook anything around it.
  4. I totally agree, At least 40 would be nice. People don't like to hear the preaching but it is more about the mentality of the fisherman than the law. I have a strong feeling more fish under 36 inches are kept on Otisco than over. The more time you spend fishing for the Tigers the more you understand what goes into them and how much you have to work for a true trophy sized fish. Catching the high numbers of 30 inchers is fun, but knowing the potential it would be nice to see a lot more of those fish continue to grow!
  5. I have put the Assult stick to use for a few weeks now and I really like it. I planned to use it just for bigger lures mostly at Waneta and use my St. Croix Premire as my go to Otisco rod. I have found that for what ever reason with the same line/reel that the Assault stick which is rated for 3 to 10 oz. Will throw small lighter baits farther and with much less backlash. Not sure why? It is 6 inches longer but it'shard to believe that would make as much difference as it does.
  6. I have a friend who would catch massive Browns all night at Miliken in the spring. Several to many over 10 pounds a night. That was about 15 years ago at this point.
  7. Out casting for Tigers today saw a flash under my lure so I started a figure of 8 and this 24inch Walleye hammered my glide bait just under the surface!
  8. Looking at the picture again just the tail looks thin compared to the front half. Really nice fish I thought it looked over 30.
  9. Wow! Did you measure that fish? It doesn't look thick but it definitely looks long.
  10. I went out in my Kayak from the wells dock. The fishing was excellent though. For 4 trolling in 20 feet of water. Went 2 for 6 in 120.
  11. I took it out to cast a few times when I got it. But I haven't actually fished with it yet. I might take it with me Saturday for fun, but I doubt I will be throwing anything big.
  12. I have been considering getting the .22 long whiskey walleye for a few weeks. I really like that color.
  13. I have been eyeing the X-Rap Peto and Otus. Since last year. Those jointed Rapalas have caught me a lot of my bigger fish including the one in my profile pic. Also had follows from some in Waneta that were bigger than any I have caught there so far.
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